Walking north to where the Huangpu River and Suzhou Creek converge, you will arrive in Hongkou District. It’s a peaceful place in the northeast of Shanghai with a lot to offer: historic sites, beautiful parks, and a dynamic life.
Check out this video to see what Hongkou District has!
The Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum gives you an insightful look into the decades during which the neighborhood was home to Jewish refugees during World War 2, via original artifacts, historical photos and personal recollections.
Hongkou District offers a new world of excitement and exploration. All you have to do is take one step outside your comfort zone and experience all of the wonder that Shanghai has to offer.